California Poison Control System Launches the First-Ever Free, Bilingual Mobile Health Service for Poison Prevention

Dr. Richard Clark, Director of the Division of Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine and Medical Director of the San Diego Division of the California Poison Control System, is featured in “California Poison Control System Launches the First-Ever Free, Bilingual Mobile Health Service for Poison Prevention.

Read the story from the UCSD Newsroom.

In the Media: Dr. Richard Clark

Dr. Richard Clark comments on the effects of lead poisoning in the television news story, “10News I-Team Investigates Dangerous Dishware.”

Richard F. Clark, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine, directs the Division of Medical Toxicology in Emergency Medicine. He is medical director of the San Diego Division of the California Poison Control System at UCSD Medical Center.

Dr. Clark is also one of the experts quoted in the San Diego Union-Tribune story, “Colleges faced with misuse of stimulants.”